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I often get asked where I get my hair done and everyone is shocked when I tell them I do it myself.

Here’s my go to tutorial on how I lighten and keep up my platinum blonde hair.


I’m not an expert so I do want to just warn you that if you try this yourself you have to take caution

I am only doing my roots in this video, but if you want to do your full head (and your hair hasn’t been bleached at all) the main steps still apply (you just won’t need to section off your hair if you don’t want to, you can just apply it however it easiest to you!)

** IF you have some bleach processed hair (so brown with highlights or something) you can’t go straight white with already bleached hair on your head but doing it in less harsh steps you can get there. I started with a couple bleach baths with 20 volume to even it out and as my hair grew out I was able to get this white!**


+ Coconut oil

+ 20 Volume Creme Developer

+ T-18 Lightest Ash Blonde Color Charm Toner –

+ Violet Prism Lites Lightener (Violet works well for hair that takes yellow out… blue takes orange out…doesn’t OVERLY matter but I just found that my results are better with the violet) –

+ Hair Color Mixing Bowl –

+ Black Hair Dye Brush x 2 (I use one for applying the coconut oil) –

+ Duckbill Clips & Hair Elastics –

+ Plastic Bag

+Shampoo + Conditioner (Plaine Products)-

I found most of my products from my local Sally Beauty store. If you don’t have one near you, I’ve attached links to where you can buy the products online.

The coconut oil you can pick up from any natural whole foods store, or grocery store (Costco sells a big tub that I used to buy all the time.)



I do two rounds of 20 volume developer so it’s a less intensive application on my head.
Everyone’s hair color is different and I know that my hair takes two rounds (sometimes even a third for touch ups) of 20. If your hair is lighter than mine, the color may lift quicker and you may only need one round, or you may need all three rounds it all depends. Going with a stronger developer than 20 just means the strength to pull the color is more intense which can also mean more hard on your hair and greater chance for it to melt it. So this works for me, and if you have time I’d strongly suggest doing it this way! Just make sure to give a good amount of time for your hair/head to recover from the bleaching process. It’s weak every time you bleach so be careful with not overlapping into previously bleached hair AND do give time for it to rest.
Also using coconut oil yes helps the hair stay nourished but I use it mainly for controlling the hair for an easier application. I’ve heard some say it prevents the bleach from fully working and people say that it doesn’t and works great. Personally, I’ve tried it a ton of times with coconut oil and a ton of times without (I’ve been doing this for a few years now lol) and I notice no difference, so I’m stickin’ with it!




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30 replies
  1. Sheena Horn
    Sheena Horn says:

    Leave bleach 45 instead or 30 as ti Eliminate second application.. it was nearly level 9 or 10.Tone with 10 vol or semi…. in this scenario. Far better on hair cond

  2. LolaK Lloyd
    LolaK Lloyd says:

    My roots were a dark blonde (colored) and when I bleached them blonde the roots came out too white. What toner/mousse/ or type of color to slightly darken it so it matched my light (bleached) blonde hair?? Love the coconut oil idea. I didn't know you could bleach over it. Thanks!😊👍❤

  3. Arthas
    Arthas says:

    Babe do you know how unnecessarily you damaged your hair and its integrity, come to me I will show you how to get this done for free(no $$), and you will have the most shiny and as healthy as a baby hair

  4. Kinlie Murdock
    Kinlie Murdock says:

    I'm not a professional, but I do know that you do NOT want to put bleach on your roots first! Because you're roots tend to bleach the easiest and faster than the rest of your hair. Always do your roots about 10-15 minuets before rinsing out your hair.

  5. Elizabeth Nanette
    Elizabeth Nanette says:

    ugh this would take me 80 sections and 7 million years it's almost worth the money to just let someone who is fast and good at it do it and get to just chill and talk. looks amazing tho great video

  6. im the best
    im the best says:

    See I did go to a professional to get a bayalage platinum blonde highlights and this lady gave me an ombre that has a copper color in it. Spend 120 bucks on hair I didn't like. She fucked up and put the wrong color toner in my hair and had to bleach my hair TWICE and the second time and half assed everything. Id much rather spend 40 bucks and fuck up my own hair then to spend over 100 dollars, have them fuck up and bleach my hair TWICE in the same day…

  7. Klaudia B
    Klaudia B says:

    Can i bleach my hair when it's freshly washed since I'll be putting coconut oil all over it, or do I need to wait a few days for natural oils to build up?

  8. Ila xy
    Ila xy says:

    Hi, may I ask you the number and the name of the toner you used in the last section of this video?i'm a beginner and I'd like to follow your suggestions to turn into that shade of blond thank you,ciao

  9. R Berg
    R Berg says:

    If one should wear gloves to prevent burns, what about the skin in the scalp? What prevents the skin on the head from being burned..?

  10. R Berg
    R Berg says:

    Fascinating, so the coconut oil does not inhibit, or form any kind of barrier to the bleach? The bleach/developer is still able to penetrate effectively. Also, very interesting how she can do all her roots without being to view it in the mirror, since she needs both hands to complete the process. Beautiful results. Hair doesn’t look damaged either.

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